I visited Wat Sisaket right after Hor Phra Keo because it’s across the street from it, and when I got there, it was 30 minutes before closing time, and sadly I didn’t get to take as many photos as I like.
According to wikipedia, Wat Sisaket was built in 1818 on the orders of King Anouvong. It was built in the Siamese style of Buddhist architecture, with a surrounding terrace and an ornate five-tiered roof, rather than in the Lao style, keeping it safe from the armies of Siam which sacked Vientiane in 1827.
Wat Si Saket features a cloister wall with more than 2000 ceramic and silver Buddha images. The wat also houses a museum.
This section of Wat Sisaket houses damaged statues.
I didn’t get to take picture of the main sim, just this.
Below is a photo of sim or ordination hall by Viradeth.
The temple courtyard has Buddha Images, beautiful tropical flowers, and monuments.